Showing posts from March, 2022

Changing political trend in India:

It was a miracle in Indian politics, when Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won the Delhi election for the first time in 2015. The victory was described by Arvind Kejriwal himself as “Scary”. There was lot of extravaganzas during their first term in power due to lack of experience, the generous amount of trouble from Modi led BJP and the media who haunted AAP leaders. Despite all that controversies, AAP was able to meet the expectations of people in Delhi. Or they were able to win the confidence of Delhi voters. So, it was cake walk for AAP in the next Delhi election in 2020. It amused BJP leaders. Advent of AAP and Modi becoming prime minister had a common factor, which is widespread corruption during UPA II and the “India Against Corruption” movement led by Anna Hazare. After the landslide victory in 2014 Lok Sabha polls, BJP won most seats in any state which went into polls to elect government. At the same time, AAP made attempts to be a national party with its presence across

Letters to the Government: Volume-2

A textbook example of “Law and order of convenience”: This is not with an intention to defame India or the Government. But it is true that all attempts are made to insult the dirty practices in India, which allows Politicians, Police, Bureaucracy, influential and the wealthy lot to exploit the poor. These dirty practices are against our constitutional values. It is the same set of rules used to defend, protect and save criminals, while punishing the helpless innocents. This system of “law and order of convenience” allows to punish few at times and few others for challenging these dirty practices. The “Information Technology Act 2000”, came into effect in India twenty one years ago. After that , almost every government agencies started their websites and started providing their contact email ID. Request for various services are accepted through online portal and they are governed by this act.  And the Act says; An Act to provide legal recognition for transactions carried out by

Is Kashmir a disputed territory?

It is really disturbing to see the recent developments in Kashmir. Kashmir still continues to be a nightmare for minority communities. A series of terror attack on civilians in Kashmir killed seven in the recent past. It includes a 46 year old school principal by name Supinder Kaur and Deepak Chand, a school teacher, in School premises. The attackers first checked the identity and isolated victims before execution. Owner of Srinagar’s famous Bindroo medicate, Makhan Lal Bindroo, (68) was shot dead. Another incident of non local vendor, selling Bhelpuri on a cart was found dead in old city’s Lal Bazar area. Bindroos are among very few non-Muslims who stayed back despite violence in 1990. Virendra Paswan, a resident of Bhagalpur in Bihar was also killed brutally. Earlier in January last year, a jeweller by name Satpal Nischal was shot dead, inside his shop by militants. And in Feburary 2021, Akash Mehra, son of the Srinagar’s famous Krishna Dhaba, was also shot inside